book review, horror, short story, young adult

Trigger by Courtney Alameda

A short story prequel to the young adult novel, Shutter, Trigger introduces readers to Micheline Helsing and the hunters of the undead. 15 year old Micheline inherited her Tetrachromatic eyes from her mother, allowing her to see ghosts and trap them in mirrors. She’s also being trained to take over from her commander father, and… Continue reading Trigger by Courtney Alameda

book review, horror, science fiction, short story

The Visitor by S A Asthana

A Western, science fiction, horror mash up - what’s not to love? Jill Thorn is on the run, and after days of travel, she winds up in a small town deep within Apache country. Unfortunately for Jill, she has arrived at a time when this town is a very dangerous place to be. At only… Continue reading The Visitor by S A Asthana

book review, fantasy

Even Goblins Get The Blues by Patrick Rodgers

When a book starts with a foreword by a clinical psychologist praising its depiction of a therapist as neither a conman or a killer, it’s probably a bad sign. Abernathy the Clear lives in Sapphire City, a fantasy style world based along the lines of Dungeons and Dragons, and runs a successful talk therapy practice… Continue reading Even Goblins Get The Blues by Patrick Rodgers

book review, book tour, science fiction

Auxiliary: London 2039 by Jon Richter

I’m very pleased to be part of the My Bookish Life blog tour for Jon Richter’s new book, Auxiliary: London 2039. Unfortunately, I wasn’t able to post my review yesterday as planned, but I hope you will agree that it’s better late than never. About the book The silicon revolution left Carl Dremmler behind. Now… Continue reading Auxiliary: London 2039 by Jon Richter

book review, horror

The Fabric of Tombstones by B F Jones

26 connected flash fiction stories make up this collection by French author, B F Jones. Because of the nature of flash, I won’t give summaries of the stories for fear of spoiling them. I can say that the central theme is death, which the characters encounter in one way or another in each story. Despite… Continue reading The Fabric of Tombstones by B F Jones